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CRYSTAL Palace have sacked Neil Warnock - with Keith Millen stepping back into caretaker charge.

The future of the experienced manager came under the spotlight following the 3-1 loss to Southampton on Boxing Day.

And Eagles co-chairman Steve Parish has ended Warnock's four-month spell at the helm.

Parish said: "It just didn't gel. It didn't work. Keith is probably in charge for the next two games.

"We need a win. QPR is no bigger than any other but we need three points.

"Neil is a lovely block. He did everything he could.

"It's an unfortunate decision. I thought about it overnight and decided we needed a change. Hopefully we'll get a reaction from everybody."
Warnock replaced Tony Pulis, who stepped down on the eve of the Premier League starting.
It means that Palace's last three managerial appointments have all lasted under a year.
Warnock had just 18 league games in charge but they had only one victory... read on

CRYSTAL Palace have sacked Neil Warnock - with Keith Millen stepping back into caretaker charge.

The future of the experienced manager came... read on
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The Addic... read on
Charlton 1 Cardiff 1

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